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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dash light
if it's on orange color sure it's "check engine " warning light
That's means a failure in your car/engine electrical system(you need to get the trouble code)
Remove the battery negatif terminal for 3 min to erase it
If it's still on I can help you to get the trouble code & detect the defected component
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
it sounds like the mech is probably correct..i"ve had to change many a bulb in my dash over the years...293K
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
check the main fuse box under the hood,also check that the left front turn signal to see if the bulb is blown,sometimes when only one bulb is working it can cause it to flash much quicker,also check all the wiring there could be a short circuit somewhere ,this can also cause this problem.....hope this helps.....cheers
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
SOURCE: Re;- 2.5 Ford Cougar (2000) ABS
Assuming you have right hand drive cougar, you can access the fuse box right under the glove box under dash. Use a torch and you will find a small pull down clip and when you pul it down it drops the whole fuse box. This is a common problem with Cougars. To my knowledge fuse is not the culprit, however its good to check. Most of the issues are related to ABS module. It is placed in the engine bay where it exposed to heavy vibrations (poor design) and some times the module will crack and sometimes it just electronic issue. Get the car scanned for fault codes and that will tell you what is the exact issue. If it turns out to be the ABS module you can get the module repaired if its not cracked or broken or buy a second hand one from wreckers if you can find one under $100 or $150. New one will cost a fortune. Let me know how you go, I can further assist in getting the module repaired, etc. FYI there is no need to remove or replace ABS unit if the ABS module is faulty. You dont need to touch it at all, just take out the ABS module (ECU).
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
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